Looking for an Emergency Vet? We provide access to service 7 days a week.
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Cats don't always become ill when it is a convenient time for us, it can happen when we least expect it. That is why we provide an Emergency Vet service that is open 7 days a week to facilitate the people and cats who need us most. We know how stressful these situations can be. Don't ever worry, call us and we can help. Never feel like you are bothering us with a trivial complaint. If it is enough for you to consider reading this page, then you should call us. Our clients have direct access to one of the few Emergency Vet Clinics in Dublin that open for consultations on Sundays & Bank Holidays.
Our Emergency Vet services is provided by Hillcrest Veterinary Hospital (our next door neighbours) who are open 7 days a week and will have access to all your medical records from our clinic. We always have an Emergency Veterinary Service so you don't need to worry about on-going medical conditions that your cat is being treated for. Our Vets, will be able to pick up from your last visit.
Emergency Vets Contact Details
You can call us on 01 8227270 and follow the instructions
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Emergency Vets Opening Hours
Monday - Friday: 9am - 7pm
Saturday: 9am - 6pm
Sunday & Bank Holidays: 10am - 6pm
Just call us for an appointment.
There is still an Emergency Vet available outside these hours to deal with any emergencies you might have. Just call 01 8227270.
When do I need to see an Emergency Vet?
Sometimes, you may be unsure if your cat needs emergency care. Never take a risk. Always call us and find out whether you need to be seen or not. Our Vets and Nurses will be able to advise you over the phone and help you.
Some conditions, listed below, always require emergency veterinary treatment for your cat. Please note, not all emergency conditions are listed here.
Eating a large amount of chocolate
Eating human medication (Paracetamol, Oral Contraceptives, Arthritis Drugs, Heart Medication etc)
Suspected poisoning (rat poison, anti-freeze, slug pellets etc)
Vomiting and/or Diarrhoea for over 24 hours
Dullness, lethargy and not eating for over 24 hours
Road traffic accidents
Seizures or collapse
Stings, bites, allergic reactions
Eye pain, squinting or discharge
Trouble passing urine
Or check their online Symptom Checker here.